Lakewood, Colorado Speed Traps

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Pierce Street and Colorado Avenue

Lakewood, ColoradoSep 02, 20100 Comments

Police sit on east side of Pierce facing northbound traffic. Vehicles going southbound from Florida Avenue are monitored. The police sit there when you are in a hurry to get home from work- usually around 4:30-5:30 PM.

Garrison just south of Addenbrook Park

Lakewood, ColoradoApr 15, 20101 Comments

Cruisers and SUV’s will sit west of Garrison hidden near the horse corral area (between the grove of trees) and catch folks coming home from work heading south on Garrison here near the park. Everyday between 7:30-9:00a and 4:30-6:00p (2 school zones just south of here)

20th Street near Between Wads and Kip

Lakewood, ColoradoAug 11, 20080 Comments

There are the usual flashing light signs posted telling you if you’ve gone over 30 … and usually about a block PRIOR to the sign the cops sit in the side roads amongst the parked cars in front of houses and zap you as you go before you can slow down for the damned photo-installed sign. They also sit in those residential roads randomly all up and down 20th … go nice and slow because the Jeffco guys will get you harsh

1st Avenue near Pierce Street

Lakewood, ColoradoApr 22, 20080 Comments

Police will often sit on the south side of 1st Ave. somewhere between Harlan and Pierce they often ticket people going over the 30mph limit, but also also actively enforcing people going into the bike lane to get around turning traffic stopped in the middle of the road. They can been seen often in the evenings and even more so as the weather gets nice and more pedestrians are using the bike lane. DO not use the bike lane as a "passing" lane.

Kipling Parkway near Florida Avenue

Lakewood, ColoradoOct 02, 20070 Comments

Just south of Kipling and Florida, the Lakewood police department regularly places one to two patrol cars in the grassy median of Kipling Boulevard. When approaching from south of Kipling and Florida, the cars are not immediately visible until you round the curve, and that is where they speed-check northbound traffic. Enforcement is also conducted on southbound traffic from the same location. Trap can be up anytime of the day or night, sometimes one but normally two marked patrol cars.

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